McCallie Wins Big Over McMinn County

Friday, August 29, 2014

McCallie won their second straight game on Friday with a 49-6 win over McMinn County.  

McCallie's high powered offence scores all 49 points in the first half.  

Paul Silverblat scored on a 57 yard pass from JaVaughn Craig and on a 44 yard run. 

Alex Trotter scored on a seven yard run and a 19 yard run. 

Craig also scored on a 23 yard run.  

McCallie had 217 total rushing yards and 136 in the air. 

Trotter ran for 78 on 11 carries. 

McMinn County's DJ Kimpson ran for 100 yards on 17 carries. 



1st quarter
10:19 Mc Silverblat 57 yard pass from Craig (Viscomi PAT) 7-0
3:59 McMCo O'Malley 25 yard field goal 7-3
:15 Mc Craig 23yard run (Viscomi PAT) 14-3

2nd quarter
8:03 Mc Trotter 7 yard run (Viscomi PAT) 21-3
7:40 Mc Edmonds 20 yard fumble recovery (Viscomi PAT) 28-3
5:23 Mc Silverblat 44 yard run (Viscomi PAT) 35-3
3:03 Mc Green 60 yard punt return (Viscomi PAT) 42-3
1:42 Mc Trotter 19 yard run (Viscomi PAT) 49-3
:00 McMiCo O'Malley 25 yard field goal 49-6


3rd quarter
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4th quarter
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